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Date: 1899-06-12 after
Description: A man works to clear debris in the aftermath of a tornado. Other men, women and children are gathered nearby.
Date: 1940 ca.
Description: A woman demonstrating how Shake Rag Street got its name, with the restored Cornish miner's house, called Polperro, behind her. The house was temporarily co...
Date: 1900 before
Description: Located at Wells Street and 20th Street. Building is five stories high with several chimneys and a tower with a cross on the roof in the center of the buil...
Description: A woman and her young daughter stand in a yard examining a house in the aftermath of a tornado. The house has one entire side missing, a tree leans over on...
Date: 1898 ca.
Description: A group of men, women, and children pose for a photograph as they relax in the woods around a large hammock. In the background is a shoreline.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two women and a man posed standing on the snow-covered ground in front of a frame house. There is a hand-operated knife grinder in the yard.
Description: Built in 1840 by Lemuel Hull. William Singer was the mason. The basement was made by lowering the hill. There were originally only two stories. First...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A man uses a team of two horses to pull a McCormick reaper in a field while other women and men rake the cut grain.
Description: View from on a dock looking at a man and two boys sitting on the rock of the shore. Boats are tied to the dock.
Description: The Smith School, Joint Districts 5 and 7, Towns of Medina and Deerfield, stands on a rise. It is a small brick structure with enclosed front porch, square...
Description: Man posed standing near a wooden fence surrounding a frame house. Another man is posed standing in the doorway while a man and woman are posed sitting in a...
Description: A work shift of German prisoners at a prisoner of war camp marching to trucks to be conveyed to work at a local cannery.
Description: Exterior of Sherwood Forest Hotel, opened around 1873 by John C. Sherwood. The view includes trees in the foreground and plants surrounding the two-story...
Description: A small group of people stand in the yard of a damaged house that had its roof removed by a tornado, and moved off of its foundation, which is exposed on t...
Description: The Stanley Hanks cottage at Fox Bluff on the shore of Lake Mendota. There is a fence around the property, and a boat is pulled up on the shoreline.
Description: Dirt walkway surrounded by landscaping to door of residence. The original caption identifies the location as the "Harvester Women's Farm."
Description: Still smoldering fires and wreckage amidst debris left in the wake of a tornado.
Description: A crowd of people stand outside a circus tent. The words "Big Show" are emblazoned over the main entrance.
Description: View from side of road towards main building of Nettland's Roll Inn, with a service station, restaurant and registration office for their campsites. A grou...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Four men struggle to move barrels down the dirt main street of Hustler. It looks like a close race. The large crowd watches attentively. Across the street...
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